As we make this leap together, we need to remind ourselves and our students that this shift will be different, messy, time-consuming, and challenging, and that above all we need to afford each other grace.
Major construction projects are moving forward along both U.S. borders and raising fears that the influx of workers could spread the coronavirus. Along the northern border, a Canadian company says it will start work this month on a
Many parents have now been forced to become home schoolers for the first time. On top of that, with schools shut down but many parents are still forced to work their day jobs- what do they for child care? What do the nurses and the doctors who are now working overtime to prepare for the coronavirus …
We know we're in for a tough ride over the next few weeks with the coronavirus pandemic, but the reaction from our friends in Miles City, Montana could probably best be summed up by saying: "We'll live to ride again another day."
Roundup, Montana. It's "the everything town in the middle of nowhere," according to the headline at TheVerge.com in an interesting piece posted last November. "How the tiny town of Roundup, Montana, became a hub in Amazon’s supply chain."
What part of shelter-in-place/ stay-at-home did you not hear? If we can lock down assisted living facilities, we can lock down prisons. Don't release criminals while treating everyone else in Montana like criminals.
Shortly after our show, we got a phone call from the hospital in Glendive, Montana. They heard about the free hand sanitizer, and wanted to know how they could get their hands on it. We linked them up with our friends at WildRye Distilling, and before you knew it- hand sanitizer was on it's way…
Andy Techmanski was set to launch his latest line of outdoor, hunting gear later this summer. Instead, the Whitefish CEO shifted his production line to help meet the needs of hospitals here in Montana and elsewhere by manufacturing hospital gowns.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock says state residents are protected from evictions, foreclosures or utility shutoffs for nonpayment while the state's stay-at-home order is in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.